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The first three color bands on a wire indicate the resistance. If the order of the bands is blue, red, and yellow, what is the resistance?
What is the power output of a system that has 10 amps and a resistance of \(4\Omega\)?
A circuit contains three different resistors that each provide \(6\Omega\) of resistance. If they are in a series circuit, what is their total resistance within the circuit?
A circuit contains three different resistors that each provide \(3\Omega\) of resistance. If they are in a series circuit, what is their total resistance within the circuit?
A toaster purchased in Europe works with 300 volts and 3 amps. If the resistance stays consistent, what current will allow it to work in the US at 100 volts?
How many amps does a current have if 100 volts of electricity are being supplied, but facing a total resistance of \(10\Omega\) within the circuit?
What is the meaning of the symbol below?
Two resistors are in a parallel circuit and each has a resistance level of \(3\Omega\). What is the total combined resistance from these resistors in their circuit?
Two resistors are in a parallel circuit and each has a resistance level of \(2\Omega\). What is the total combined resistance from these resistors in their circuit?
What will the voltmeter read that is connected to the circuit below?
What is the power of a system with 10 volts of electricity and \(5\Omega\) of resistance?
One hundred amperes is equal to ____ milliampere(s).
Select the correct equation for power.
Which of the following is not a semiconductor?
Which of the following is used to increase a current?
A handyman purposely places a hole in a wall to look at some of the electrical wiring. He notices that a majority of the wires are black. What does this indicate?
Which of the following is an example of a diode?
A fuse is blown out every time a light switch is turned on. Changing the fuse from 15 amps to 20 amps resolves the problem, but why would it be risky to keep the fuse change?
Heat energy is the product of: